St. Michael Medical Hospital Molino Bacoor is one of the nearest hospital from our home. We lived just approximately 200 meters away from SM Molino. Here in Cavite area, it is hard to hire a taxi. Mostly the means of transportation when there is an emergency is through a tricycle if you don’t have a car.
Since I don’t have a driver’s license yet and hubby is not here, we went to St. Michael Medical Hospital Molino Bacoor by riding on the tricycle. The hospital is not that big but I think it is enough to accommodate the medical needs of the people in the area.
My daughter was admitted in this hospital. She was confined due to gas pains and vomiting. We stayed in the hospital for three days.Thankfully, we did not pay any amount because our Intellicare health card covered all the hospital bills plus the Philhealth of my husband. It was actually our first time to be admitted in the hospital using this health card. The hospital staff coordinated with Intellicare for the approval of our health card. We just need a little more patience in waiting for their approval.
St. Michael Medical Hospital Molino Bacoor Experience
Large private room was alloted for my daughter’s confinement in St. Michael medical hospital Molino, Bacoor. The photo above is the actual hospital room that we have. When I asked the Intellicare hospital coordinator, she told me that the large private room at St. Michael Medical hospital Molino Bacoor cost Php1,200 per day. The coordinator gave a cute little Panda stuff toy to my toddler before we entered the room.
Our experience at St. Michael Medical Hospital Molino Bacoor was fine. The large private room is clean. The room facilities and features have a reclining bed for the patient, long cushioned chair, two medium cabinets, table and chair, extra ego table, LCD TV, and a buzzer for the nurse station. There is also a private comfort room inside the large private room. The nurse were attentive and friendly.
Although the rooms are just fine, I think it would be better if they have a personal refrigerator, a telephone line in the room, hot & cold features in the comfort room faucet, and I think WiFi access too if allowed in the hospital room.
Thank you to Dra. Loguinsa, the pediatrician who attended to my daughter during her confinement there. Her prescriptions really helped to the speedy recovery of my daughter.
St. Michael Medical Hospital Molino Bacoor was established since 1980. I think this is one of the oldest hospital in Molino Bacoor. They accept different health cards as to what I saw from the front desk. They have an elevator and I think the hospital has an on-going renovation. For more information, you may call them at (046) 529-8872.